We take refuge at Low Isles during a few days of blowy weather. The highlight: the birdlife, the low light: the reef!
We visit a few coral cays for a change of scenery, and are very taken by their bright white sand and graduations of colours, as well as a few other surprises.
We are still at Fraser Island enjoying regular walks and bird watching, in between frequent downpours, which means… wait for it…. more dribbles!
We have just spent the most relaxing few days in Broken Bay in the company of our dear friend Sue. This is a large inlet 31 miles north of Sydney Harbour. It was discovered and named by James Cook in 1770. This drowned valley estuary has its origin at the confluence of Pittwater, Brisbane Water and…
It is interesting how after nearly 18 years of sailing together on catamarans, we are still learning! There is nothing like a weather pounding, gear problems and silly mistakes to keep you on your toes and feeling humble. Here is an update on our trials and tribulations.
Some days are memorable and the last few days stand out as highlights! What made it so was a relaxed pace, the abundance of wildlife and turning the corner into New South Wales!
While in Queensland for work last month, I had a free day which I used to visit the beautiful Lamington National Park. One of the gorgeous birds I saw was the Eastern Yellow Robin. This common but lovely little robin is the subject of our #60 Bird Photography Challenge. This 60th post in the series is the…